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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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for it appeared to them highly honourable, and capable of increafing love and friendfhip. Forty knights were then eje&ed, according to report and efiimation, the braveft in Chriftendom, who fealed, and fwore to maintain and keep the feaft and the fiatutes which had been made. The,king founded a chapel at Windfor, in honor of • St. George, and eftablifhed canons, there to ferve,God, with a handfome endowment' He then iffued his proclamation for this feaft, by his heralds, whom- he fent to France, Scotland, Burgundy, Hainault, Flanders, Brabant, and the empire of Germany, and offered to all knights and fquires, ; that might dome to this ceremony, pafiports to lad for fifteen days after it was over.* The * The number of knights of the garter were only twenty-fix :-, underneath are the names of the firft knights : 1. King Edward. 2. Edward prince of Wales. 3. Henry earl of Lancafter. 4. Thomas earl of Warwick. 5. Piers de Greilly, captai of Ruch. §. Ralph lord Stafford. 7* William earl of Salisbury.. 8. Roger carl of March. §. John lord Lifle. 10. Bartholomew lord Bergherft 11. John lord Beauchamp. 12. John lord Mohun of Duniler. 13. Hugh lord Courtenay. 14. Thomas lord Holland. " . . lô. John lord Gray of Codnore* ItS. Sir Richard Fitzfimon. 17. Sir 46


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